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“…1. The planar geometry used includes a 45 O anastomosis and the host vessel is fully occluded proximal to the anastomotic junction similar to previous investigations (Steinman et al, 1996;Hofer et al, 1996;Henry et al, 1996;Ethier et al, 2000). In a study by Ethier et al (1998) on the planar end-to-side anastomosis the significance of the effects of flow pulsatility on the flow patterns and the wall shear stress distribution was demonstrated.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 75%
“…Although there has been extensive research on the effect of hemodynamics on vessel pathogenesis (Lei et al, 2001;Steinman et al, 1996;Hofer et al, 1996;Henry et al, 1996;White et al, 1993;Sottiurai et al, 1989;Ohja et al, 1990;Ohja, 1993), little work has been done to investigate the effects of the three-dimensional nature of the geometry of the vessels (Caro et al, 1996;Sherwin et al, 1997;Ding and Friedman, 1997) such geometry would be found in a physiologically correct anastomosis. So far most investigations whether in vitro experimental or numerical simulations have been restricted to geometries where the bypass and host vessel centerlines lie in a plane and can be termed planar.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In some cases, steady flow conditions were used. 10,13,29 Experiments which did use pulsatile flow ran at mean Reynolds numbers that were less than 490, with most of them in the 200-300 range. 3,4,11,16,18,24,27,34,41 These Reynolds numbers represent only a small subset of the flow conditions found in the larger arteries, where Reynolds numbers are estimated to range from 110 to 5800.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…2, which shows a 45 degree anastomosis (or junction) of equi-diameter cylindrical model graft and artery, e.g. Steinman et al (1996), Ethier et al (2000). Computational results for this and for a modified 'non-planar' configuration, (where the portion of the graft just upstream of the anastomosis comprises a quarter section of a torus), are documented for both steady flow (Sherwin et al 2000) and for unsteady flow (Papaharilaou et al 2001).…”
Section: Graft Model Geometries and Solution Of The Flowfieldmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Algorithms that force the experimental velocity data to be consistent with laws of mass [divergence) and momentum (Navier-Stokes) conservation could produce these estimates. Several groups have used computational fluid dynamics to compute the flow of blood magnetization within vessel models, and have compared time-offlight amplitude and velocity encoded phase images obtained horn the simulation, with corresponding amplitude and phase images obtained from in-vivo MRI (e.g., [62][63][64][65][66]. However, direct numerical processing of time-resolved 3D MRI velocity fields, such that the fields become consistent with fluid mechanics laws, has been reported only recently (67).…”
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